It’s finally HERE!! WorldWide Entertainment TV embarks on a new era with the release of its own network that will cater to our fans. As we move forward into the future and video streaming becomes more vital to the needs of our viewers on a daily basis, we believe we have made a one stop location for entertainment.
Why We Are Taking A Giant Leap Into The Future of Cyberspace?
Entertainment has always been a leader of innovation with life changing platforms such as the television which changed how the world got their news and entertainment. Through the decades since the 1950’s technology has grown by leaps and bounds reaching more and more people worldwide. One of the greatest inventions in human history the internet.
The story of the internet began with email. The first commercial public use of the internet was through emails, and it happened in 1989. This was when MCI Mail and Compuserve kicked off their email servers, connecting around 500,000 users to begin with. In that same year, Tim Berners-Lee and his team act CERN invented the World Wide Web, which is what we still use today whenever we launch an internet browser.
However, the true birth of the internet some say happened at the very start of 1983 when it was officially an entity and others say it was in the 1960’s under ARPANET as a secret medium. What has occurred since probably the greatest thing since slice bread to unite people worldwide?
- 1973 the Queen of England sent one of the first ever emails via ARPANET.
- The internet went public in 1994
- America Online was best known for making emails popular to the public in the 90’s.
- The interconnected network exploded with Netscape & Internet Explorer.
- The Internet and the ‘dot-com bubble’ bust in the early 2000’s
- Internet coming back in 2003 and rising ever since
How Important Is The Internet?
With this new invention many platforms have been created that has changed the world. The music industry was forced to change the way it did business from the past with the rise of file sharing which evolved into what we now know as streaming. Youtube also changed viewing habits with its video sharing website. The mobile phone industry also altered how everyone looks at the telephone market as now with smart phones we have popular platforms such as snapchat, twitter, facebook, and instagram that caters to audiences who want something instantly and at their fingerprints.
With this rise came alternate viewing options such as Netflix that gave viewers choices that traditional television did not with programming on demand. It replaced the previous convenience which was Blockbuster Video which was a store with videos people could rent and watch at home. Netflix took that model online and hasn’t looked back.
The world of music was changed as well with underground artists now able to showcase their talents through outlets such as WorldStar Hip Hop which also created things like viral videos from the streets of America. Then outlets such as TMZ became the online version of the National Enquirer which broke Hollywood gossip and here we are today.
In 2013 WorldWide Entertainment TV (WWETV) was launched as a website version of its popular youtube channel (there was a previous version to the one seen online today). In a short time span the entity has grown globally with regions in North America and Europe. Starting off in Toronto with underground acts on the scene in 2008 before the explosion of hip hop’s biggest star Drake. In 2016, WorldWide Entertainment TV via Topshot Pictures released a critically acclaimed documentary “Now Or Never: BEFORE THE 6 Toronto Rappers & Hip Hop Documentary” that debuted at the On Film Festival in Toronto that illustrated just how integral WorldWide Entertainment TV was in the history of the music scene in “The 6ix”.
From there company has expanded to United Kingdom, New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles in the United States with VIP coverage of landmark events such as The Ruff Ryders Reunion which saw the return of DMX, Eve, and The Lox with our host Ms. Goldi.
The biggest event of the year for urban entertainment has also invited us for event coverage such as BET Weekend in 2017 which saw us report on the first time ever mega stars such as Cardi B performing her hit song “Bodak Yellow”.
It was a unique scenario where WorldWide Entertainment TV learned first hand what it is like to have that coveted BET Experience. Also captured that year was Young M.A. along with exclusive interviews.
WorldWide Entertainment TV has been sourced in the past for news by outlets such as TMZ, The ShadeRoom, Toronto Sun, and CBC National News.
WorldWide Entertainment TV has along the way has interviewed some of the biggest stars on the planet such as Akon during his tour in London, England. The Caribbean has also reached out to WorldWide Entertainment TV with soca superstars such as Kevin Lyttle.
WWETV’s reach has also touched Hollywood as we have interviewed celebrities such as Dominic Santana who was critically acclaimed for his role as Deathrow head honcho Marion “Suge” Knight for the Tupac biopic “All Eyez On Me” & USA Network’s “Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac & Notorious B.I.G.“.
WorldWide Entertainment TV also became in 2017 the official media platform for the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center For The Arts that was renamed Legacy Garden Park.
Now in 2018 WorldWide Entertainment TV takes it to another level with its own network that will give a platform to underground artists and also the best entertainment from the mainstream worldwide. Brace yourselves as we move into the future of entertainment. Artists, programmers, content creators please feel free to contact us by email to submit to this platform at
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